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Welsh: Jones speaker at conference on language's future

A conference on the future of the Welsh language takes place in Aberystwyth on Thursday to look at the best way to tackle the decline of the language.

First Minister Carwyn Jones will be the keynote speaker.

Last week he took on responsibility for the Welsh language following the resignation of Education Minister Leighton Andrews.

BBC Radio Wales' Gilbert John visited a community in Carmarthenshire - one of the remaining heartlands of the Welsh language.

  • 04 Jul 2013